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IJ SEMI=WEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNAL 1 VOL XXXIII STANFORD KY TUESDAY MARCH 7 19053 P M NO 2 t Short Biographies of tho Presi dent and Vioo President Theodore Ibiwayelo was bills Oat 27 1S68 la New York CUy- 1SSO Graduated from Harvard 18SI1 Membir of tbs New York aiseinbly1KS2 Married MUs AUINI LW of Doiton who aindtwn years IftMr- 18SI Chnlrmnn Now York drUsi t lion National republioto coaventto- n18vt84lttnbinglo tixi Hid Land Dakota 1896larrled MUs KJtth Oarow of Now York jI1Ueu1out candidate for major of New orkOily- 18sn03Lolted SutM otvll service aommlsilnoer 1995991ltod oomnlfflontr of Nw York Cuy- lW7 SA i4Bla t eor tary of the wavy 1899Ootooel of the Kouzb Rdtr 103001 Yio i rsldeoi of lbs UI tad SinMt ltOl1Jdeot of the Uolttd Sinter Irn tleo4M prtdebt of ibs United Siais Charles W PAlrbiaks was bore la IStt at UotacvllU C aMr Ohio 181arsclu1eCl tram Onto Wesly all UIroltr 1871 TISwdld law art triiOetd JouraallMt Is PltUtMf- flsT4IU ortd M IMIUM nd nd fettled to the ba- rls7l921rattaed hla nrnfoiilan and sated at ooaosol for lugs rallroiA ys tems150lads hie debut la iwlllloj as chairman of the Indiana reWbllan 1 1902Uestoeesesful ooofooilan oaodtdaw fur United State Senator tract ItalUnn 1807 Klcoted United Slats Senator 1WI Nominated at OtdWK Ir the vice p e ldeeo- vtoogicctedvleIwcideit of the United State OTTENHEIM Mrs Wm Wardloe of Oarrard was up to IteDd the borUI of her mole garland James Willie lllpgln Anderson sea It f Wm Anderson serlo tly slog with pneumonia Jobn Weniitl hM been alok but wo art glad to icy bn U now oonvalesoinc Mr Jennie Anderson l with Intorralttanl fever Mans lieu Trub ti oo the sick Hit Garland James died at hta home of paeuraonta seed 77 For 16 days be hovered between life and death and on tail Thursday morning the Lord said It Is enough come up higher and his spirit took in flight to the God wbo Rave U He was a devout member of the oburoh and had professed religion early In life No roan ever walked the patb of life any more circumspectly than ho lie was loved anti admired f by all and had a host of friend both rich and poor He was known all over this section at UooloGarl to He leaves aa aced wlft aid four children The funeral wrvIacH were ooidueled by f Eider JO Llvlncstoo he being the deceased favorite preaeher At the clone of the sarvioee there was soarMly a dry eye In the room The remain were laid to rest In the Abrahim burl alground I Dont Worry Dont worry your butbaod Don t worry your wife It take all the sweetatu Out of your life It Is not what you promised It leBh and low And makes weed to come up Whero lower should grow Dont worry your children Dont worry vour mother Dont worry your sister Your father or brother Dont worry your teacher i f Dont worry your hose No good can como from It And you mako life a cross t Dont worry your servant Dont worry your frlendj Thou youll Hid vour own troubles t Tho sooner will end- France L Calveard Chamberlains ICCholera 4 And Diarrhoea Remedy i The great success of this preparation In the relief and cure of bowel complaints hay brought it Into almost universal use It never rAils and when reduced wllh wa ter and sweetened pleasant lo take It Is equally valuable for children and udulta For sale by Lvno pros Crab 4OrchardgypSmith OM Skinner wanted to be cremated but I seo they burled him Jones Yes but I wouldnt bi sur prised If bo dldnU fool em after all Chicago News If It is a bilious attack mChamberl- ain Stomach nnd Liver Tablets and a quick cure Is certain For sate by Lvce Bros Crab Orchard IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES W I1 Duobsr used olla of Adair Is dead George IIurapbr vs was killed by a t ttln at Mtddlosboro Dr J p Miller a prominent farmer and merchant of Adair U dead Tbs three year otd abed of James CberK was burned to death In Suenotr ooamv A Nero workman was killed by tbo fllhDtf wall at St CHih rlo Aaaderay near Snrtogdeld Tim Juice committed tolaldo by haBKloff himself In hU fathers barn user MlddlMboro- llarton U HoKer n Union soldier and mu Ethel Provlnoe aged 12 died U rureilliuldayJolaD of Pinortlln wan no eldnnially killed at IHobinoosl ltd where hn was employed lor Uwkbara appointed Judge Den V Smith of Pnlatkl a speolal Judge of UtI Wayne circuit GOOn Judge Jar via Ip Ill Tbtboilnrof It Manhollands saw mill Beer J llco exploded klllleg two men und so raaocltd hair other that U1r loci die Cbaa K Barer of MlddlMboro hal- bMo appointed rwj lv rof thu bask at- Cutrbrlaet G81 Tn which bat closed iw door The tiablllilne nf the bask r j said to bl 810000 Aet about tbr earns The Madison oountr greed Jry re turned HI Indictments against the Standard OH Company for running a retail wagon In the county without n llooote Tbe penalty le a tine of from 550 lo elCOO fur neb oTsaa The flrt number of the Central Unl ver liy Iteoord the oHIulal bulletin icndul d lo appear this week The Unoord will appear abouidx time dur lag the oolleglale yearand will contain full aooounl of the work of tho Unlver city and bas long been needed At the term of the Wayne circuit court whlob began SAturday Al and Marshall nrulnmett and Marshall nail are to be tried for the killing of Livl Woolrldgn near Purnell last fall and Henry Phillips on tho charge of killing Big Jim Gibson oo Slnklug crock In Ueoombtr D M Williams a well known tray cling salesman died at hie home at CampbelUvlllo He le survived by hit wife and three oblldreoW I WII liam of Lancaster Mr Sam SCOUt of Louisville aod Mlles Huh Wllllamo Mr William Wit In the employ of tho SwannAbrajn hat Company of Louis vllle Ho was a member of tho Chris lan church Spring Has Sprung It Sweet spring hat sprung Tho little bird begin to twit Tne setting hen belle to sit And everything Is glorious nit Since price has sprung It The sky le blue Sweet carpet dun perfumes the air Carpet tacks are on the chair You til on one then rise nod war Tbs air turns blue It All natures gay The old oow greets the rosy morn She hath the mIlk pall on her born Jar wouldbn milkers on the barn The old cows gay ISw8l dower bloom On your wifes new bonnet lO- aner milliner must be a Jew At any rate shes doing you A V per bloom Courier Journal MATRIMONIAL J M Craig and Mill Lou Drown popular Hockoaiilo people ware mar ried last week Mr William C Mulllns ono of Llv Ingsions cleverest and mutt progress lye citizens and Mrs Lou J Maddox a handsome widow of that place sur prised their legion of friends by going to Knoxvllle and being joined heart and bnnd Incredible Brutality It would have been incredible brutali ty If Charles F Lomberger of Syracuse N Y had not done the best ho could for his eufuringaon IoMy bor1t ho siy8 cut a fearful gash over Ida eye so I applied Ilucklona Arnica halve which quickly healed It and eared his eye Al so good for burns and ulcers Only 25c at Pennys Drug Store Kdlth Did you havo BUY trouble lit getting papa to listen to you when you asked for my hand Edward No I started by saying that know how ho could savo money ape Startling Mortality Statistics show startling mortality from appendicitis and perilonUla To prevent and cure theso awful diseases there Is Just ono reliable remedy Dr Kings New Life Tills M Flannery of 14 Custom House 1laco Chicago lRys They have no equal for Constipation and Billions ness 25c at Pennys Drug Store t NEWS NOTES A bottle of strychnine was found In Mrs Stanfords San Franciioo resi denceTohann Qoob the multlblgamlsthaa been IndUted by the grand Jury at Chi oaco for murder U Is said that the United States Steel Corporation U preparing to ralte tho wages of 170000 omploves daysIwho then committed suicide Rhinoceros meat wU the pleoe do resistance at the dlnnerof the Canadian Club HI the Hotel Attar In New Yf1rk Four men were killed and ten ierl ouilv Injured by a dynamite explosion at the mouth of Orea y oraek near Plkevllle Two oblldron are dead and a third In dying at Oadsdno Ala as low result of throwing a on of powder oo the are to ten It burn Stookholdtty at the Pennsylvania Ullroid Company at their messing on March 14ph will YOWl a bond issue Of 1100000000 Judge U L Muldrow wbo sorrel ns first aHlttant soorewry of the interior durlig PretlJiot Clevnlaods second term died at StorkvllU Mist The Ngrtuof Jaoksoo Miss are preparing to organize a Law and Order League to aid the while people of the community In putting down crime The Investigation of the beef trust by the Federal grand jury at Chloago wilt proceed regardless of the report made by tbe Department of Commeroe Mid Lsbor An unsucoenful alierapl was made to rob the Dank at West Point Tbe vault door was forced with altroSZlycer Ine but the safe containing 11500 was not molested The new Cnnard ocean liner the Car onla arrived at New York having made her raaldun voyig from Liver pool She Is 075 test long and can car ry a full complement nt 3 100 persona Tweclysevnn well were completed In the lower division of the Kentucky oil hid last month and In that number there wore five dusters Oil has been thisIThe dedication of the Knights of Pythias Widows and Orpbaok Home Lexington which was scheduled to taku place May has been postponed until after the meeting of the Grand Lodge In October Commissioner Garfield promises that tho Inquiry Into the operation of the 011 Trust will be conducted as expedl llouily and as thoroughly as possible Ton commissioner says be will personally visit the regions where the com plaint against the Standard Is greatest and that every lead will be followed till exhausted Indictments growing out of the Iro quols Theatre fire In Chicago wero re turned against Will J Davis former resident manager of the theatre Win Langhltn Deputy Building Inspector of Chicago and Gnu Williams City Uutldlng Inspeowr Davis was In dlotod for voluntary msDslaughtcr and Laugblln and VVllllama for neglect of ouiy It Is thought that the decision of the Court of Appeals In the UreaihlttFay cita Jurisdiction case for tbo custody of the Burlllcd and others will be an nounced today or tomorrow It Is be lieved that the writ of prohibition ask ed for will pe granted sending the case to Urcaihllt for trial unless later re moved on petition by the Common welch for a change of venue Bailiff Chas J Sewell and Jesse Spencer of Drcaihlii county left orI homo this morning alter an unsuc cessful effort to secure Moso Feltncr and Sam Fields wbo ore in jail at this place says a Winchester special A formal demand for the prisoners sign ed by Judge Rob Riddell of Breath III circuit court was served on Jailer Boone but be acting on the orders of Circuit Judge Benton of this court re fused to deliver tho prisoners Foltner Is under 5000 bond to appear at Jack JeutliFIeldswitness The Colonels Waterloo Colonel John M Fuller 6f Honey Grove Texas nearly met his Waterloo from Liver and Kidney trouble In a recent letter lie says I was nearly dead of those complaints and although I tried my family doctor he did mo no good so I got a COc bottle of your great Electric Hitters which cured me I consider them the best medicine on earth and thank God who gave you Iho knowledge to make thorn Sold and guaranteed to cure Dyspepsia Biliousness and Kidney Diseases by Pennys Drug Store at boo a bottle HUSTONVILLE Glen Mary Coal 12Jo and cannel coal 16o Coal on baud at all times W S Wlgham Moreland tf t LANCASTER Oats are eelIng at 112 per ton Circuit court will convene Monday Robert West sold a horse to Henry Duncan for ISO Mount i Bikln have Just finished a 00x100 foot warehouse back of their ttoreroom Mr Robert P Kennedy has returned to Lexington after a short visit to his sister Mrs hanks Hudson The Ladles Aid Society of the Chrlc tlao church will navo a bonnet sale Friday and Saturday of this week A social will be given by the Endeav or Society of the Christian church Fri day evening Rtfretbmnnls will bo lerved The annual collection taken the first Sunday In Maroh at the Christian church for Forelgh Missions amounted to 1180 AT COST Watches Jewelry dia moods eat glass sterling silver and fancy articles Must be sold by March 20 ill as wn move April lat Thompson the Jeweler Lancaster 2i Mrs D M Lackey continues very III Mrs Simpson Eiklo of Atlanta Ga Is with relatives hero for a few days On hnr return home her broth ar Mr John Duncan will accompany her Mr Duncan has been seriously and hopes to be benefited by the Southern climate Mr Ward Ponce of Nlcbolabvllle was in town Sunday The Euchre given Thursday evening by the young men was an extremely pleasant affair The MUscs Mount were fortunate In winning tbo ladles prize a baud painted claret pitcher The gflntlpmenrt pries an order for glove was woo by John Burnslde Miss Alice Walker won the guests prize a cut glass perfume bottle A six course lunch was served and was most enjoy able as was the music furnished by a string band during the evening FeutwD Bentley of Cartersvllle came to town and surrendered to tbe authorities Monday afternoon stating that be bad killed Leonard Simpson a man living In the same secllon but formerly of Bell county U Is rumored that alter some abusive language Simp son advanced on Bentley with a knife when Bentley shot him five balls en tering his body and causing Instant death The examining trial will be held before Judge Ford In the next few days CHURCH MATTERS Evangelist Sam P Jones will bold a revival al Knoxville In June the lOOJih anniversary of John Cat vln and John Knox Is to bo celebrated Evangelist U O Morrison hasgbno to hold a meeting In the Indian Terri tory Tbe revivals in Louisville have In creased the sales of Bibles to a marked degree Of the 00 students at the Methodist Missionary Training School five are from Kentucky Suit was filed against Christ Chum cb1 Cathedral Lexington for back taxes on the parsonage Kentucky Is onilllod to 62 delegates to the International Sunday Soboo convcn lloi at Toronto June 28 27 In 10 years the Moody Institute has employed lOOcolporters who have dis tributed 4212106 copies ot the Moody library ThcCumbtrlandProibyterlancburch during tbo past year received 30 new members the annual contributions wore 243744 Rev W T Donaldson states that the 8100000 additional endowment for the College of tbo Bible Lexington will be secured by March 31 Rev J C Carmlcal ono of the old cat ministers In tho county has be cause of ill health and almost total loss of eyesight decided to retire from the ministryMt Vernon Signal Rov O Dawson formerly pastor of the Methodist church at Morehead has withdrawn from that church and says howl1l preach Independently Ho loft tho Christian Church and Join ed the Methodists several years ago Strikes Hidden Rooks When your ship of health strikes the hidden rocks of Consumption Pneumo- nIa etc you are lost if you dont get help from Dr Kings Now Discovery for Consumption J W McKInnon of Tel ladcga SprIng Ala writes I had been very ill of pneumonia Under the care of two doctors but was getting no better when I began to take Dr Kings New Discovery The first does gave relief and one bottle cured uio Sure cure for sore throat bronchitis coughs and colds Guaranteed nt Pennys Drug Store price 50c and SI Trial bottle free Silas Slowtlshl Wonder wlyy hey aro going to take up that whipping post bill Storekeepar reckon moron likely theyll leave that till they lIt to tbe tariff Its duty on hides ye know Indianapolis Stare W M O Dawson was Inaugurated as governor of West Virginia Daos d1era souse 510T Thursday March 9th asssrre The Elite Legitimate Prenscntation of the Season SIMVELLES Elaborate Scenic Revival of Shakespeares Immortal Tragedy of Love and Passion ROMEO AND JULIET Special Electric Effects a Sconory Properties itc carried complete for the entire Six Acts Mag nificent and Historically Correct Costumes An Adequate Acting Company Including MISS PAULINE PAULI AS JULIET Leave your order with W H HIGGINS For a big bill of Groceries Field Seeds Farming Implements Etc Garden Seeds now in stoc- kSTANFORD KY LaPorte Vehicles Honest Work Attractive Styles Over JOO of those pleasuro vehicles have been sold in Lincoln COUllt which is of itself evidence of Iheir merits The follow thi9lcJi3whom we refer as to evidence of tho worth of this work Prattton neck M S Baughman E P Woods lion J S Owttoy Sr Jill H Uaughman Robert Woods WoodsJalion M C Sanfley T D Kewland I N Menefee J H Paxton Col T P Hill Sam W Menefee lion R C Warren J W Brooks S J Bmbry Sr Rowan Sanfioy jack Hoailey E T Pence John Deck WM Underwood E C Walton J H Livery Luther Underwood C V Gentry J II Boone Co Livery Crit BobonUs W C Shanks I M Uruce Livery Robert Sims W W Withers L n K VanAtsdale J C Hays W P GrimeJ ohn Illngaman James Lynn J S Rocker Hank 1retdt nines Hays Judge J P Bailey John Lynn 1C Bailey W R Denham Dr N13 OBannon Dud erar A I Carman Andrew Gooch PorterRobinson C Vanoy Cicero Reynolds Sidney Dunbar H J Darst J F Full carload of these popular vehicles re cently received by E T Pence Co Agents for Lincoln County The New Store Is in the top row for selling to YOU 9lobbyand cUpJo Date nods d At Keasonable Prices Our Spring Line of Mens and Childrens Clothing Shoes and Hats is complete We in vito everybody to come and inspect our goods itS 1itbe of interest to you as well as to us SliM ROBINSON Next Door to Lincoln County Nat Bank STANFORD KY p v tHE INTERIOR JOURNA E C WALTON ANENT the brutdl treatment ol her r husband by Gen Mlles Mrs JclTertoi Davis writes as follows to the Savannah Press Whilst I have no recollec tlon of having written to Gen Miles the letter which bo quotes not only t tally to support hie previous statement tn the slightest particular but at Its date shows must have been wrltte I from the prison ship In Hampton Road and when of necessity I was ignore of what was being done with Mr Davli I who bad then been only four days In tho custody of Gen Mlles It the lei ter was written subsequent events bave 11revealed the fret that at that moment when an aeonlstd wife was thanltto him for his apparent courtesy In an Ffewering anxious Inquiries in regard to husband and was com mending him to the kind care of hie custodian this man by his own show log was contemplating the ImmedIate subjection of his helpleis prisoner to the grossest maltreatment If the letter be as Gen Miles quotes It it onh serves to put in a clearer lightU pose ble his continued Infraction of the most obvious rules of veracity Afte reading the letter Uen Miles In his peculiarly pompous manner said I will not reply to any Insolent letter of that kind It peersCongress die gusted the country by voting the salar grab It resulted In many of tbosi who voted for It being retired to obliv- IonI Now the House comes In fur creased odium by voting a mileage grab of 190000 to pay members for tbe journey to their homes and back to Washington In the recess that did not occur In December 1003 the specie session ended with the opening of tho regular session there being no Interval But tbe House decided tbat then was constructive Interval and after waiting to screw their courage up to the sticking point the members decked to grab the amount Fortunately however the Senate thought other wise and declined to be a party to the fraud and the members will not get the boodle after showing their hands at highway robbery In a spasm of virtue the House said that Judge Swayni ought to be kicked out of otllco be cause be charged the government tlO a day for expenses Then It returned its normal condition and voted to steal Alas for the rarity of oBlclal honesty THE Harrodsburg Democrat whirl seems to be a chronlo kicker goes out of Its way to make a gratuitous Dlnlt at Gov Beckham who has in some way Incurred Its displeasure It says that the governor rushed to the telephone to deny that tbe Bar hes had asked his support in tbe courts as well as to deny tbat bo had asked Judge Hargl to resign from the State democratli committee Tbe facts are that tbegov ernor was called up by an Inquisitive reporter and asked some questions which he answered after declining to be Interviewed and saying that he did not Intend to be drawn Into the contro versy The governor has no more right than any other citizen to ask Judge Hargli to resign and no more Interest In his resignation than any other democrat So long as the H rrodaburg paper continues to claim the name It does It should at least treat ademocrat lo governor fairly which Is all that he or his friends demand W S TAYLOR views with alarm tbe result of his mock trial before tbe court of students at Des Moines Tay lor himself prepared tbo brief In the case the jury was composed of repub Means with the exception of one dem ocrat and still after eight hours of de liberation It announced Its inability to agree If Taylor cannot be acquitted by a moot court of his part in the ae sassination of Gov Goebel on evidence and argument furnished by himself he etandsa poor chance of being cleared by a court of competent jurisdiction i and we advise him to huddle as close to Goy Hanley as he can If a Ken tucky jury ever gets hold of him It will be hang Taylor without reference to whether It damns the republican par ty or not THEODORE ROOSEVELT was Inaugu rated President Saturday with great pomp and ceremony Tbe faithful and those who expect a reward cheered themselves hoarse and vied wltb each other In seeing which could make the most noise Tbe city was In gala attire and for once the weather behaved beautifully Considering his former strenuous utterances the Presidents Inaugural address was commonplace and disappointing except as to Its brevity A COUPLE in Wolfe county were married Immediately after being baptized In nn toy creek and while still standing In the freezing water They were evidently buoyed by the thought that when the heart Is warm Ice and snow can do no harm TUB Richmond Register Is getting old enough to show gray hairs It has just celebrated Its 30th birthday and gets better as It grow older IT Is said tbat President Roosevel will try bit Negro medicine on the dog That Is to say ho will appoint a Negro collector of Internal revenue New York We opine however the there will be just as much of a howl and a kick there as at Charleston S O where the Negro Crum was given a similar Job Tim Somerset Journal one of the best semiweeklies In the State hal just entered upon Its seventh year POLITICAL President Roosevelt will be the jtueet of tbe city of Louisville March 23 It Is said Secretary Shaw will retire from tho Cabinet In February 1000 Judge Ira Julian U a candidate for circuit judge In the Frankfort district Goy Hanly of Indiana has an nouoccd tbat he will appoint to office only total abstainers The City Club of Louisville an or ganltUton whlob will endeavor to oar ry the fall election was organlatd John H Brand was elected president President Roosevelt Is said to have under consideration the appointment of Charles W Anderson a Negro lawyer as collector of Internal revenue foi the distrlctof New York It Is considered doubtful in Washing ton whether tbe San Domingo treaty will be ratified by the Senate Senator Cockrell of Missouri who would probably have voted for It Is out and a number of republican Senators are unfavorably disposed and may not allow party feeling to control their votes In the matter A defeat of the treaty would be regarded as a terrific blow to the Administration The time In the final sitting of the House Saturday was largely taken up wltb expressions of good will and kind fellowship Loving cups wore present ed to Speaker Cannon and Minority Leader Williams Both rei ponded In happy speeches Mr Hepburn chair man of the committee on appropria done In giving the customary resume of appropriations stated the amount to be tti9UC4gU4 and the estimated rev oaufs for the next fiscal year to be 725500615 He said it seemed clear tbat there would be no deficit Mr Al lison In tbe Senate however stated fiat the total appropriations would be about 1818000000 and said that the deficit for the next fiscal year would be no greater than for the present One HERE NDTHERE George Annie aged jOtIs dead In Orleans lain gala dross for tbe Mardi Gras The prIce of hemp dropped from 15 25 to 95 In Lexington Mrs Mary J White aired 86 died Friday at Nlcbolasvllle Dudley Olcott was robbed of 25003 worth of jewelry In New York Nearly 20000 Immigrants are scheduled to arrive In New York this week When you bear of wo souls with but a single thought tbi single thought Is not toremaln single Dr Lymin Beecher Sperry in an ad dress at Chicago said man may live happily for 150 years Lester Hole of Louisville played hooky and hanged himself In the woodshed of his home John H Reagan the last surviving member of the Confederate Cabinet is dead at his home In Palestine Tex Nervous excitement caused by tbe brllef tbat his house was afire caused the death of Andrew J Sblddell at Lexington Physicians who performed the au topsy say there Is no doubt that Mrs Leland Stanfords death was caused by strychnine The monthly report of the commis loner of agriculture of Kentucky haws a wheat acreage of 00 per cent jf a full crop and the condition 85 per centIt la said tbat uneven stable floors are hurtful to horses as standing higher before or with hind legs lower or ilgher Is hurtful especially to young worses Seven persons were killed and 20oth ers injured in a rearend collision between two Washington special trains on the Cleveland and Pltteburg road near Plttsburg At Cleveland the trial of Mrs Chad vlck was begun The proceedings for tho day came to an abrupt close however In the afternoon when the de endant collapsed Sister KatherIne Nellson a member of tbe Shaker society in Mercer COU- nty died suddenly aged 73 She was 3orn In Stockholm Sweeden and join eel the society In 1804 L D Sampson formerly proprietor of the Barbourvllle News and for some SynIring to locate some large manufactur ing concerns in Kentucky James Plersall the Negro convicted and sentenced to death for criminal as sault on Mrs Lucy Wagoner at Lex ington was brought before Judge Par ker and sentence was passed on him the court fixing Friday May 5as the day of his execution A fellow when he leavea club And It la very late May go straight homeay there the rub If he can go home straight GRAPE SHERDST Lay a square of cheesecloth over a bowl put In a pound of rlpo Concord grapes mash very thoroughly with wooden masher squeeze out all the juice and add Bn equal amount of cold water the juice of ono lemon and sugar to make liver sweet rcezi at usual The dtI do not want your kisses sir And I will always spurn them tt Tbe Mar Then if my kisses you doqt want Will vou kindly return them If Solomon were hero oday Tls very likely be would say Theres many a technlcallteo Betwixt the court and jail birce i WANTED I want to farm n rood talllnn to tnak tilt seasoB of 1904 Iltv a rood stood Ad drtii J J SMITH HrodhMd Iy For Sale 1001 nhol of Clydesdale Seed oat YleldedlattiunuMr bushels to the acre Price fM Choice Iteone County Whit Seed Qorn Slltr bus II P HAWKINS Stanford Ky It It No 2 Ginseng For Sale lAm going to move to Southern Call for nla and want to dl poe of my GlntengOar den Have 1150 1HI seed I will sell at per 1060 Will ulw tell my stock of plant at fI to 112 per 1M J O Thompson List cater Ky NOTICE I a lAm now ready to let oontraeti for tho Ditching of TurnpiKe In this county This Jan M SOil A O DUNN Supr WANTED I Turkey Ducks Osese and Chicken nicbeit cab market pen U NOUTHCOTT I Stanford Ky For Rent or Lease A iptendtf large dry Roods storeroot and a large warehouse attached recently by Levy lira Stanford Ky Apply for particular to J H Ontley or tThe Lincoln Count National Rank J U OWSLBY Stanford Ky Notice A stray pale red heifer with a wMtf bushy and underblt In left ear alum IK years old came to ray premise abou Aug IM4 Sly residence Is In Llncol county near Ml Salem Said cow was val ued at lit This Jan IS 1DM W L LUOAS F U Oompton J I L C BLUE GRASS NURSERIES SPUING tl106 Trees by the mllltoi Krull and Sbadi Small Fruits Vines Struas Aspen gusv Rhubarb and everything ordinarily round at sach an MtablUhment We sell lei the planter dtreetand have no agents Trw Iud Straw serrr Uataloeue on application to II F IiaiENHEYEUtSON Lexington Kr HOTEL PROPERTY AND STABLE FOR SALE I desire to sell privately try hotel proper ty and livery stable In llustonvllle Ing can housed as hotel or private resident and Is well arranged for two families Stable has 20 stalls and Is In good repair Men ty water at barn and hotel It house Is not old by Jan will rent It and can give pos session on that date of barn If rented or sold separately aov- 2 Rouse and barn newly covered Ho tel Is In Graded School district For further particulars call on or address- D CARPENTER llustonvllle Ky Oa17l Traylor DIALIR IN Whlskll Brandy WInos Beer GIflars Etc KYlosePrompt and tlltnllon Nothing but the hi0 drink Mall phont cr ulceupb orders ctctlvc- rompUIUntlon Give Me Your Order I Can Please You Why buy ready made clothing when hero Is little difference in the price of ilgh grade ready made suits and a suit made to your measure taken by an experienced tailor I have a handeomo line of Spring goods I can make from a low price business suit to tbe finest dress IUtt Alto Spring overcoats and troun ers The company I represent Is one of the best I also have a line of goods I make up myself for those who prefer It H C RUPLEY the Tailor i Li Mens Furnishings + 4 + 111 HHHHHHrH + t II andfeelFountain Shirt I- p h t r Noted for its length of skirt and wellfitting neckWhite Plaited 1 Bosom Cuff Separate or Attached Neglegees in White Black and White Tans and Blues The very newest things sep arate or attached cuffs Prices 1 and 150 sizes 14 to 19 Orn stein Rices Neckwear in endless varieties Midget and regu lar Strings and 4inhands 25c Puffs Ascots and 4inhands 50c Silk Handkerchiefs white fancy and solid blacks and 50c Hemstitched Cotton Handkerchiefs 5c IOc and 25cIHalf Hose seamless grays 5c and lOc Black and Tans Whitefoot Black 12 12c and 25crHarris Suspenders And c suspendfRustproof buckles Unquestionably the best maker of ers in the world today Every pair guaranteed Prices 25c andI50c Come in and see what we have H J MROBERTS I aa STANFORDi 111 Ls l JONESPARKERS j R A DENTIST Stanford try Office in Myers house Parlor thone 91 E D PeytonDKA- LKU INr Staple and Fancy Gro ceries Fruits Veg etables Cigars and Tobaccos Stanford J H BOONE i CO Proprlotora LIVERY fiND FEED STflBLE Stanford KvIGood Livery Service at Reasonable Htnl Call on Hi on Depot Street Also Dealers In Oral To The Ladies I have Just opened atress Making es tablishment at on Whllley Ann uo and will be pleased to watt on the la dies of Stanford vicinity Tho Vpn Paine System of cutting ant Sttlnr U fol lowed MISS DILLIF LAWSON Stanford Ky Pruitt Brothers Undertakers Livery Furnl turo New Goods Just Received Cull andsce them- PRUITT BROS Moreland Ky Valuable Property For Sale tKOTen acres of land front 7 room cottage The home U new A inlen did garden orchard There U a large mill on the a good crusher and the dam U In good repair and tho natural pow er If economy In running the mill Poes n splendid business Everything Is In good repair has all necessary out Ingi The owners only reaton for telling It the rush of other buelnes ai he has ex tensive farming Interests to look after Tills property If on tho Hunglrg Fork about miles from Stanford and can bo bought at a bargain For further particular address ti O Thurmond Lytle ICy or L It Hughes Stanford Ky POSTED We whose names appear below strictly turbid hunting fishing or any kind of tres passing on our places and will prosecute violators to tho full exteht of the law Charles Enmlln J II McAllttcr Mrs Kato Ador Kclchenbach Mros Fred VonOrucnlganAlbert VnnOruonlgan Fred VonAllman Alfred Simpson Oeorce Holmes MUs Mattlo II Hewca E Relchonbach Charles Cummins Jos Ballnu A 0 Dunn B M Holmes W EAmon WIt naugherty M J Hoffman M D Flmoro Peter W Tarter J Nerln Oartor J E Bruce W V Shomaker Thomas Ferrlll Green Ferrill V J Conn i Cant Be1 Touched for painting lisf8 The muwna plain f Mastic is the purest UM rcforo the most dumblu nn l cccwn leal Thiiru in n wliolo string of other fellow rlau ing Jmt tw road Mastic but they dont prow it Mnybu they cant The iuiAlita of Mulls IK puli llaheil Its made of puns trail xlno Mild HUMI oilUse Most damblu kind of jmluUiiml iu purity is theruioro unqtmtioiiMl- AH purity UM IM durability the pleotlklwt ar ing innliU of Mastic lave gfrun it the Utle t 1r77ia lL7lIl711dl fault tt sand tliiu title js backi up by our absolute gitantntoo Masllo hi uiado bj PEASLEE GAULBERT CO Inc LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY tend vio heartily recommend it to your trade JFOR SALE BY PENNYS DRUG STORE StanfordjI GOOD TIME Tho times arc good nnd good people have good timepiccw Wo have nut only goal but the host tiincpiccca on the market nnd you should really have one- Our Ladies Wnlulitw are the best ever Gold fillel nnd warranted for 20 years They nro lurJNcd by none and equalled by few fhe price is right too ItiHt 8750 And here is one you practically noel Tried nail never found wanting Twentyyear Cioldfillc care Eight movomont Its n beauty Only 810 Tho Chafing Dishes we have speak for thcmclvcg In the bedroom kitchen or parlor they nro indUpon Me Why heat up the homo in cooking what could bo cooked in ton minute jy n Chafing Dish Ninedollnr val ues wo are going to close out nt 8iini Fiiient Silver Noveltics of nil kinds lInt pins from 25c up A few choice selections left for your approval Iun Sets Manicures Sets surd Military Hrushes are very Pico presents You teed then yourself Why not coiuo in nnd let us show them It would plenso both us nnd yourself MURRAY HcADAM Lending Jewelers Danville Ky What is Home Without a Good Roof On It 9 Will you need a now roof on yourhoueo Aro you going to build If so it will do no harm to get my prices on rooting When n ehinglo roof gets old and n dry spell coulee think of the rouse juences ifIt spark falls on it While you can throw n handful of fire ou atmetalroof without danger S H ALDRIDGE Phone 116 Depot St Stanford Ky a J iv To Our Customers i I i r h buyer York Spring Stock For Spring and we will show a larger and prettier line than ever The styles T r will right the quality best and prices reasonable Put at the of t memorandum of goods to buy for Spring Go to 4 = u f t pTHI INTERIOR JOURNA BrANFORD KY MAR 7 1000 1 IOn JUSTICE to yourself and to your pby tlOlaa demand the but materials and icrvlee In preparing hi That li the way pryImOitGarOIUI Oiled at Penny Druft r PERSONALS MR OuonoK C GIVSNS of Part IIor here MRS H P WOODS aonUnucs lerlce only Mil n Ktcts of Llvloiiitoa wa f here JuterdlvTBitNDfiT WAURBN of Mlddletboro pi- was hero yesterday litre H li veltordlmton Doric county Miss MAMIK WmTnli back from a vltli to her slater la Loalivlllo MRS W J Ultowx of Somerset li the guest of MUi Stella Ballou Mlt JoilM P JONBS Is In the onion buying Spring end Summer goods MR WALLACP McWiioivran of LI I IV was a caller al this oWoo this morn UK Miss URCOA BHUX4IHTT of Chatta noogapent a few days with frlendi hereMisA FUJKKVCK CARTRK daughter of Mr J M Carter Jr ta with raompi Mlt W U MOSS of Lancaster wti tubtiantlal aatler at this ofilM ibli mornfbc slits WILLIAM MORHLANU Of Lox Incton la with her daughter Jre W O SbatiVi lad at for the Indlipen jcBNOLOSnn Mr A G Kutland trim MRS MOLUK WRAP U bask from a protraoud rUli to relailrt la Ltttola u and IlUoeU- MR W II JOUNIIOICu4 Dr W P Phillips of Wtlnwrt wen hire aL court vMUrday MISS WALLA OKBRN left today for her home In MlMMrl alter a visit to Mn M M Sweeney OUt J1 UoBKRTR who Is a guard at the Frankfort pan spent several dart at hls home In the Kill god KAKLKS COFFEY who hit been In budge at McKlnnev pissed up to London today to jo Into business liON M D HUGHES and Mr Jacob Joseph of Lanottter traniacled buM r ness hero yesterday and paid ui a pica ant call MHSSIIB J c COJJLTBH w M Myort end Dink Wilkinson yoster days train for tho mountains In search of timber DON J M ALVKRSON returned to day from Washington hot Spring and other point of Interest Ho says the Inauguration was tho btirgcit thing he ever IIW- Mns KATE MIULUH who has bees living In Lexington nearly a year hat returned to Stanford to Hvo to the do light of her many friends MR GEO D WEAKEN of Stanford general agent for the Lalorto Carriage Co of LaPorto Ind was hero this week Mlddlctboro Now PIIOK M O WINFREY of Middles boro delivered an address before the Northern Kentucky Teacher Asiocl allon at Newport Saturday x leaves tomorrow Miss MAUD VANARSDALL for Duatonvlllo to spend lev oral days with ber parents Mr Mrs Holman Vanarsdall Uarrodi f birg Democrat J E U STUART CHANDLEU of b East End who was operated on lor pendicitis by Drs Peyton Drown 1torrle Is doing nicely with hope his early recovery DR K A JONES U at home for a biislnea In Cincin days from his soap nati Ho will return to the Queen City week to remain 10 the latter port of the days or two weeks L MENRKKE of Mn AND MRS J Pauls Valley I T who been the guests of the families of MeureJ1- N Monofee and T D left yesterday for their homo TAYLOR of Burnslde S MOXIIcotrlPItreatment operation for a JourloalLOCALS LAP robes horse blankets etc at J C McClary Our is now in New purchasing our of DryGOOdSCflDetSShOCS be SeverancesaWANT1tDA down young Plymouth took hoes This olllos die mujB ATTBMD Q D Carai btll sale aLne Crab Orchard 8e ael ItlociGo to E T Ptnot Coand got eat Ned meal for year oow erh SBCOND Olioi for salt the John Ohrlstmn FlorlatI who W- IHouo HOMHO and Juliet al Walton Opera Thursday night March OhmEao JUST received one car lord of North Seed Oats K T Penoe It Co tlale MONitY to donsalty at Ii psr who Wm 8 Lawwlli Danville Ky AS elgbt year oid lOll of William died near Highland last night of h FUR SALT 460 Genieng planti lag large ones A P Drackett Ky TilR heaviest rain In months toll Uu ter night li was aMomp nled by conild erablo thunder NORTHERN SBKU OATS Car each as mixed and white extra nice J Q Is Daughtnin A Co 2k TllK door al the Graded Schoolau an ditorium will be open at 7 ooloik this evening but not until 7 TUB WI1lRays rteldenoo and SO acres of land on the QntonvllU pike al for sate F Reid Stanford is a IF you think tbtra Is nothing under the sup go to the recital and bear Dr Datloy and Derta Jean Penny whittle Auld Lang Srno TEXAS ii all right but I cannot do without my dear old home piper says p Mr M It harden of Texarkana an Texas as the RoIcH1 fl for another year SBATSonralc at Metlobcrt drugstore for the recital this tvtnlog Attar 7 ooloek they will be OB sale at the doer NHWS has rciabwl ben of the death of Mr MIrv A J Smith of Marshall Mo Mrs Smith was a native of this ountv and was a ltar of Mrs Martha Davlion and Mr U J Dart SALEG M Ballard will have a tale of hit personal property al his farm near Crab Orchard on March 18 After the sale Col Chandler will bold- a silo of overcoats ladles tckets cloaks etc- TItttKKdoga belonging to Mr J M Carter Sr went mad and bit a calf be longing to that genrlcraan and also one owned by Mr Chrlitman Tbo dogs were all promptly killed Mr A W Carpenter killed a mid dog slnco the three dogs were shot ro thattheTile prospects largest and most fashionable crowd over seen al Walton Opera House will witness tbo Romeo and Juliet performance Thursday evening next Tickets will bo placed on sale at MclloberiA1 Drug- Store tomorrow morning MOORE James D Moore aged 30 died at Junction City this morning afI tar a long illness The burial wllltako place at McCormacku church al 3 oclock tomorrow afternoon lr1 Mboro bad many friends In this who will learn with sorrow of hit untimely death adFnUSDS hero deeply sympathize Wllojo sMurlaCarson was a Miss a er of Mr Caraonu first wife 3WI + HUTCHISON Miss Lily Uutchlson aged 21 died at tbo homo of Mr Uutchlson near Dales Well ay and was burled at Highland yesterday afternoon She had boon of con sumption lor along time Miss Hutch lIon mined tho Methodist church when a llitlo girl and had been a devout member Since TUB following lea portion of a latter WIIIjCrouto to arrived this A M and teal o k Little disappointed about getting rooms uft the Vanderbllts bad gotten the roomi wo calculated on getting Major W H Biggins It with roe and Is feeling all right UUBTONViLLK Mr John DtawlU who hoe l1een III lor tome time Is gila boiler During ber recent III she ooughtxl up u boos which they la her tnroai verat year ago which had bed a source of great an Mite noyaoo to her Mrs Mary J Weath rd It la receipt of the tad news of death of Mrs Itln IlllI a cousin lived In the far Wail Mrs UitTe Beet a sister of Mrs James J Drye fur of HmtoDTllle Mr D Allen been family of Uarrodiburg were the guests of Mr and Mr C H Vanarc George li Prulu of Moreland you was klektjd bi a hure several weeks ago Is still laid up Ho has suf fired a great deal Miss Cora Llpp tehuol la Mercer will close Friday and r friends are delighted that she will Ho oon be at home Little HCztbeth Held no Prullt of Moreland U ill with whoop In cough Mr W GUI Cowan and six Miss Uetlle Cowan aro both sick with grip nail Anderson sold to McAllis St Smiley a bay horse for 150 The Weatherford Hotel It the most popular hostelry In this section of Kentucky Many drummers arrange their trips to to spend Sunday there and the boy always comfortably ailed J O Weatberfod S Co are getting In fur allure by the carload Watch out for ad At the show Saturday night Miss tOtO Sutdldga was voted the most was ner popular young lady In town Tbo the atrical company that held the board Aloorns Opera Doutt all last week NI plarlcg at Liberty this week U Is creditable show aoa deserving of tho- liberal patronage It received al Hut tonvlHt Prof U S Rubank U giving entire allfaellon as superintendent Iho Graded School and he and his ex the celltnl wife are popular both with pu lt and parents Miss Kate Dogle Is cfttelonl teaebtr In the school and Is doloiliploodidwork Mr James W Allen U making barrels of the heat IDa plo syrup mortal man ever tasted He has an extensive sugar camp Miss Sallle Cooke and H B Hooker of Dan yule spent Sunday here Tte 10cenl ooanler al Wheelers Is a wonder Smith Vowell Is putting In n forcd pump for James C Reid When cOin pleted tl will be equal to water work OPEN SESSION The open eefslon of the Gamma Beta Sigma Literary Sod ety of the Stanford High School was enjoyed by all who were present The exercises wore opened with praver by Rev Clue i followed by Instrumental music by Mist Besilo Yantlt Then the minutes were read Nexl on the program watau oration by Lloyd Buoy He handled bis subject Lifes Satur day Night In a way that tbowcd much terlout thought The second oration on Hablt wee delivered by George Hopper It contMncc good counsel both to old and young Miss Mattlo McClary then gave a line se lection on the piano Owing to sick ness Miss Besile Yantlt read Miss Mobleyt essay Life of Mrs Browning which showed that she had been a close student of that noted author Tbo president of the society Hubert Carpenter was next on tbo program Progress wee his subject and it certainly deserved the compliments It reoI celved The next was an oration byI James Newland subject Attention Ho showed undoubted oratorical pow ers Miss Ida Mooro then read a brief tvlleetcb of Silas Manner which show ed that she had been an appreciative as well as close student of that noted work One of the most pleasing fea Lure of the program woe a quartette Ben Bolt by four of the young Ron tlemen and all regretted that the Urn lied time prevented them from respond lag to tho hearty encoro Miss Sara Uunn read a fine selection Tho last essay was read by tbo secretary Miss Lo Grand Jones subject Patches This essay was especially bright and Robert Waters read tbo LaJournal of the society which con toted many rich jokes and brlghl cow menU on the current topics Tho so slely then joined In singing liMy Old Kentucky Home Miss Allle Hull man presiding at tbo piano Last the crlll Miss Ida Moore called attention to the faults of the afternoon One of the greatest pleasures of the occasion waa afforded by a graphophone which Beverly Rout cleverly operated The principal and teachers very much ap preciated the visits of so many patrons to the class room during the afternoon Gamma Beta Sigma certainly won great bonor In this first open session and wo predict that In the futuro ll will be honored with a full house X Y Z r Tlios who will take part In Mil May Sauadert show A NOble Outcast are practicing nightly aoi will have tbeir role down floe by i Wedced y Blbr l5sb Between IIOS Marie Mabony will give a read InITnN Harrodtburg florae Sales on Maroh 22 and S3 promises to be the bit horse event la this section In years Same splendid animals hay entered and buyers will be tbert- from many section of the oouUry II wont to see some good ones eel- well go- JONISSDr J B Jones died at bis home near Crab Orchard Sunday of paralysis and was burled yesterday was 61 years old and left a wife but children Dr Jodee formerly lived Lexington but came to this county months ago end bought the Perry King farm He was a surgeon of the Confederate army and was a man of ability For a number of year he taught school and was principal of schools al Harrodsburg Wllmore Ir vine and Lawrenceburg He leaves a number of relatives la Lexington and a brother Mr A W Jones of Mlle Mo 4 s SUAKESPBARBS mortal o y of love and passion Romeo and Juliet produced In a most competent man at the City Opera House last night 1 The acting was good throughout and Slmvelles company deserves a crowd house al every production of the famous play Miss Pauline Paull as Juliet woe ably supported by the principal members of the company and the leading parts were rendered in a style which presented the true meaning of author when be wrote those slgnif leant and sometimes terrible lines The closing scene when Julio awakes on the lest great tragedy of ber life aodc love could mot have been more foren stoally presented Morning Journal Woo tor Oblo At Walton Opera Home Thursday night next 9h CIRCCIT COURT WalUoo Walls who killed Martin Brown was acquitted the jury being out but a few min ulef Be wa defended by lion R C Warren and Meeerg Klndrlek Alcorn and T J Hill Jr Jell Bryant wit given a your for shooting Boyle Offf lay Farrlu Helm for malicious shoot loa Will acquitted but given 10 days and fined e5 for carrying concealed weapons Cicero Clarkeon caught b similar tine for that offense F M Ware Indicted for obstructing a past way was promptly acquitted Dr J G Carpenter got a judgment against Mr W H Johnson for 10250 for medi cal services rendered his ton Addle Given was granted a divorce from Luther Givens Judge Bell decided again that ho bad no Jjrlsdlciloo in the Sheriff Contest but granted Mr Hills attorneys 20 days In which to take the case to the Court of Appelas Nice Home For Sale I lining decided to return to omer et I offer for tale privately my home on East Main Street In The residence li aalx room cottage brand new bath room all conveniences The lot contains about 11S acres of land and the home li a most delightful one For further particu- Lars call on or write me at Somerset Beck or Wm Beck at Stant- ordPUBLICSALE laving told drug builoec and decId- ed to leave Crab Orchard I will on SATURDAY MA110II 11 190S Bell at auction mv cottage coniUtlngot live room and large all necessary ouL building all new Also my household and kitchen furniture TEHUS Cath or Its equivalent H D CAMlDELL Crab Orchard- J l Chaudler Auctio- neerPUBLIC SALE I will tell at public auctlonon THURSDAY MAKOH 16 1003 Tho William Logan farm of 232 acres more or less 3 miles from Stanford and 6 miles from Lancaster on Creek Good residence splendid outbuildingand farm In good condition and nil In grass Will toll of farming Implements consisting of a McCormack 2 mowers cultiva ore plows wagon harness carriages bales hay 1 work horse aged mule three brood mares n yearling Naboth milk cows 7 two late 2 rearold steers 10yearling steer house told and kitchen furniture etc TKKMBi All sums uuder 310 cash over that amount a credit of 0 months Good otlable note In the Lincoln Cou ty National Bank nqulred MRS JANE LOOAN Executrix of Wa Logan SPRING SUITS For Little Men Boys will be boy s there is no gainsaying that knockabout fafik The clothing that will stand the racket is the kind you want your boy to wear Our Perfection Clothing is tho boys cloth ing that is built from the inside the kind yoi 4 can buy anti feel sure about Just as stylish as it is strong it will please tin boy and satisfy tho mother at one and the same tulle Look at our window see our brand new line ranging in sizes from 3 to 10 and prices fron 160 to 050 The place to dress your boy is CUnniNS MCLARY i Stanford Kentucky rho clmncc of n life time Do not miss it We are offering you tliq best Rouge over shown in this city Five year firo back nhvnya cold over door handle Tim boat bilker that money can buy Gall and sec it pecinl in duceincuta for 30 days GEORGE H FARMS S CO Stanford Ky Buy your Drugs Stationery Etc during 1905 of W B MoRoberts DRUGG 1STI 1And Save Money t IfHE JNTRHIOR JOURNAL li Entered inthrloet Office at Sl vford at rerond aH soaker runwHimn ATi100 PER YEAR CASH 1If When not so paid tr00 will bo charged T I KNOXVILLE DIVISION 804imNN125II South tIo 23II 138S p m UMBRELLAS Recoered and repaired and made almost M good at new for a amount I can tll your umbrella btttcr than the tramp renalrert and for less money Give me a trial PHASIC ATKJSS Stanford For Sale Privately house and 10 acres of land situated just outalde of wwn Units on the Somerset pike House has 7 rooms kitchen and ter Tants room cellar stable and all nocotary tbulldtn i Water hydrant In the yard Rnd one for took J p nAILEY Jesse W Sweeney raoraiKToii Livory Food and Salo Stable Lancaster Ky Horses wellfed and cared for Up to date rigs at reasonable rates The New Mason Hotel RATES 200 PER DAY Lancaster Ky Wn SHUQASS PrsprUtr Electric tights In every room RcfurnltheJ inj under entire New Management BoDthe fivotlt porter meets all trains Large WellllshteJ Sample Room BD CARTERSuc- cessor to Bruce Carter Livery Feed and Sale Stable Depot Street STANFOIID KY Special attention to Commercial Men Your patronage is solicited Horses on commission Stock Pens In Connection miflway Saloon COOD RICE Prors Finest wines whisky and beers Special wholesale dealers Lexingtons famous Blue- Grass Deer Case keg and bottled 0 Brent Southwood mixer Phone 86 Stan ford Ky Junk Store JWe pay hllhet cash prlre to hides egg poultry feathers scrap Iron rubber copper brass See us bi fore you 111- IVNIKt IirOHANAN tnder Myers louse Stanford RESTORATIVE CURES NERVOUS DEBILITY ai enryan3INm whin gt make a npa its torrhnlral an J meat- derlopmentab Neuno i Proitrtln alaaIaanuand other InmblMdu to over work dry habits ant oilier lUkM rich lifalthjr blood and resin wIed nerve in llTroaiirorv n Itnoklet tree ruaanFErreit MEDICAL ASSOCIATION CHICAGO US A At Pennys Drug Store J+ G 1cG t1 Y tTNDEliJAItEB itHALMER And DealeatIc HABNESS SADDLEBT 0 Stanford Ky J Le Beazley Co Undertakers and- Embalmora AUODiALianir urnitareMattIngsRugN They will Exchange Furniture for all kind of Stock Give them a call Prices right STANFORD KENTUCKY I MARKThe last resting place of your departed ones by the erection of a suitable Monument Let it be of exclusive and artistic design the best material and of perfect workman ship We carry the largest stock of Monuments Markers and Tablets of Marble and Granite in Central Kentucky Lettering done by pneumatic tools None better None cheaper IWM ADAMS IX SON LexlngtonKy DO YOU NEED A fountain yringof 7f household Syrtngoj J- jfot Water fiottlo or rfn Jtto- mfzor ffiulb If so I have It NBW STOCK to select from you know All Rubber Goods lotoriurato whir age and in order togotvnluo received for your money it is nccosstiry to buyonly Now Goods AVill mnko you the lowest prices Will N Craig M D Pharmacist Phone No 13 Stanford Kontucky Oliver Plowseaeeao Full Stock of Oliver Plows and Repairs on Hands W E Perkins II wti k Crab Orchard Ky 1BOSII T Ih DlC MTV DVIil Property of E P Carpenter of Morelaiiil who will make the ruining season at that place with him LAND STOCK CROPS ETC WANTED 60000 pounds of wool Wood Cowan C MoCormaolJ Stan ford Mrs E J MoRobarts bought at the J W Reynolds aale a brown mart for 8130 Fox ft Logos jack sale at Daavllc was a great tuecoee A numtor eold ae high as 1500 E L King bought of the heirs of hi a fathers estate 32 acres of land U the East End for 900 James W ParrUh the larcMttobae co grower In Woodford 63ld his eropof 240000 pounds at about 104j or over 25000 for the crop Remember the Oarrodsburg Horse Sale March 22 and 21 A lot of good ones will be disposed of on those days Soe ad elsewhere I HAVE for sale six good work mule 15 to lOt hands high In good order ready for work five to six years old Also two good work mares B D HolteclaweHEMP SEED Foil SALE 1001 crop late Importation nicely cleaned Eta b crop kept entirely separate Write or phone us n A B Markebury Son Lancaster KyaA threeyear old colt by Doreey Oolddust owned bv F Held topped the jack nod horse sale of Fox Logon held at Danville last week bringing 1395 under the hammer The boree season Is rapidly approaching If you have a stallion or Jack that you expect to make the season with you had better let the people know It thro the columns of your home paper BOONE COUNTY purebred white seed corn Introduced and grown here last year Two weeks earlier and yields five to twenty bushels moro than any known variety For sale by F Raid at Cl per bus See sample at First Nat Bank 4t Boone county White Seed Corn third premium at the Danville with 00 entries 12 per bushel shelle- and delivered at Danville In two bushel lots Sacks free Sample at Dur ham Cecils T A Bradley Dan ville KyaD S Carpenter telephoned from Hustonvlllo yesterday to Insert the de scription and pedegreo of his splendid stallion Dignity Dare In Fridays pa per Ho will stand hi 82i this year which U cheap considering his eplon did brooding qualities TUB Central Ky Real Kitate Exchange Title Co has for sale two tracts of land lying In the Southern end of Lincoln county near Southern railway One tract consists of 38 acre the other live acres The owner of this property llyes at a distance and we are Instructed to soil It privately It must go The bet bid gets It For further particulars see or address LR Hughes Stanford Ky Boone county wblto corn was origi nated 20 years ago by James Riley of Boone county hid It has been Im proved year by year by selection until Us type has becomo permanen The highest authorities Including the corn expert of the Kentuckv Agricultural Experiment Station J N Harper con sider it the best variety of corn for this latitude At the Kentucky Agricultur al Experiment Station this year It yielded more than any of the 20 vane ties tested It has taken more premi urns than any other variety of corn Died at her home near Markebury on the night of Feb 4ib Jennie Mel via little daughter of Mr and Mrs J tl Ward Although she had been an Invalid all her sweet life her death came as a shock to us all Sweet sister you have left ua And thy losa we deeply feel Dot It Is Odd who has bereft us And He all our sorrow can haul SISTER For An Impaired Appetite Lou of appetite nways results from faulty digestion All that Is needed is a few does of Chsssbtrisins Stomach Iud Liver Tablets They will invigorate the stomach strengthen the digestion and give you an appetite like a wolf These Tablets also net as a gentle laxative For sale by Lynn Bros Crab Orchard Five prisoners aped the jdlJ at Madleonll1e NOT A PATENT MEDICINE Hyotnol The Guaranteed Catarrh BytNo ODOfhoukl confound llyomei with patent medicines that ft o advertised to elite caUtrh It is as far superior to them all1I11ie diamond is wrote valuable than cbeapgiftM Their c re oilion e secret bat Hroinel glfte its formula to al reputable physicians III been to to valuable eucalyptus oil famous forlUnn peptic qualitlis This is combined with nromnlic awl healinp gums and balulM making a pure liquid which when used in the Hyoraol pocket Inhaler fills the air you breathe with germkilling dkcaiedeitraylng and how- lIng towers that kills ell oatarrhal germ that may be in the throat nose and lungs How foolish it ia to try and cure ca tarrh by swallowing tablets or liquids The only natural way to cure this disease andall other dtseaios of the respiratory organs it to breathe llvoinel This treatment has loran to suc cessful curing M percent ofall win have used It that Hyomel it now oldat Pennys Drug Slwo under an guarantee to refund the money if it does not cure You run no risk whatever In buying Hyotnei If it does not poiseis unusual powers to cure it could not l sold upon this plan The complete Hyoraoi outfit costs II and comprises an inhaler a bottle of Hy omel and a dropper The inhaler will tae t a lift time and additional bottle ot Hyo mel can be obtained for 60 cents IN MEMORIAM IMr John P Hooch fell asleep In Jesus Feb 20th and was laid to roll in the Gosheo cemetery He was year of age Ian July and was twice married He married Miss Mary Montgomery 1845 and to them were born five chll bedwas to e Louisa Margaret Barnett and to them were born seven children three of whom are In the bright and happy land The wife and four children are left to mourn the loss of husband and father They aro tire Eliza Wilmot Mrs Clara Stanley Mrs Ltole Boons and Miss Annie Wood Goto He was III 15 months Do Rave his heart to Jesus while young and has ever since bun a worker for the Lord Ho eras a mem ber of Go ben church A Safe Cough Medicine For Children In buying cough medicine for child ren never bo afraid to buy Chamberlains Cough Kcmeily There is no danger from it and relief Is always sure to follow It If especially valuable for colds croup and whooping cough For sale bv Lyne llros Crab Orchard A handsome clubhouse Is to bo built at Shelbyvlllo A S PRICE SurgeocDontial itmiford Kj littronr Owd7Building NEW LIVERY STABLE BUBZB ft CLABS90N Prcri JUNCTION CITV KY rirttOUti Turnouts at Iteannuablo Rates Special Attention to Traveling Mon Grain and tiny For flair R B MahonyInSUranG6 Solicits a share of the patronage of tho property owners in counties of Boyle iaeoln and Casey who may be seeking In surance against hire Lightning anti Tornado None but the strongest and best OldLine Oom panics represented and the low est possible rates aro guaranteed Phone 9- 2Stanford Kentucky f First National KyiDCapital Stock 50000 This institution was originally otUbllihid as the Deposit tank of Stanford In 18B8 then roorcanltdd nt the Hank of Stanford in 18G5 and again reorganized as the rim National flask of Stanford in 18SZ having had practically an uninterrupted exluenco for 11 It It better supplied now with facllltlet for transact nerbtltorelnAccounts of Individuals Fiduciaries and Cor porations Solicited I LDKOIJI COUNTY STOCK NATIONAL 98OOOO 1 Directors J nlaitOD J II OwillT 8 II Shank W 0 Walker Oeo W Outer J II Pewter I OOoooh W II OMMIBI W Ilrtelit It L Hobble w II Shank BUOCBMOM to The Farmers Hank A Trust Oompany and under tame contlnuoutlyfur SOLICIT YOUR BANK ACCOUNT Hoping such bu lnM relations will prove mutually beneficial I c Officers J 8 V 1res J J W IL WKAItRNAut Reid 8 T J 8 MeltlnneyM T I J II J U K BANK CAPITAL u 1Js W M Wi O WALKER Ant m THE BARGAIN STORII Thousands of Dollars Worth of Seasonable Goods the Grout Bargain of Sweeter IVmbitMik k Yllk U nn opportunity which seldom We advise nil who to come ajriragly ns possthlc to attend this tile sale we o4onxl Ladles Furnishing Goods Ladies matte Itll worth SIR tIllld S0 nro on wile nt S450 to 810enow on solo nt 8250 to S4 radios tIll Mlssea Skirts worth 81RO up to 85 uro now on Mile nt Uc to 82 aIs Lndiufl corseIs ruin IDe tip Latest stylos of jHttiooats SUe up drone old Klnxw at 98o nod up HOOKKIl Irett 8T HAHIIIA MaltOllKUTS Ubr Ohr Directors Danville llarrii Stanford Stanford SII Ilauglitnan Stanford Hill Stanford Jas Robinson llaugltmau Stanford DL 1eltui SlanfnrJ Tate Stanford Officers SHANKS 1IUIOMT Cackler jt Prom Sale Co ofnw Thli occurs can grcatrat have over 7SO from ndioa iiKir locker Hubble Oaibltr Mens and Childrens Furnishings Great lino of Sboee for childroa frost 15c up Mops Drew Mud work 4 lug Shoea from Arc up Mtiii Cloth ing from 83 a suit up Mews nits OroroonU from 8280 up Mens SuiKluy Ianti fronts ibo up Chil Irons nico tliroepieco suits front 75c uplirasdren and Laditw Stocking from 4o tspCS Goldstein Prop STANFORD KENTUCKY THE HARRODSBURG SALES CO Will IfId Their Fin t Combination Sale of High lass horses Consisting of Unmet llono liwikter TruUrn Pacer Stuldltnt and IatelM4l Pairs at The AraideStnbfog oM iltin St f Harrodsburg Kyt March 22nd and23rd Will also sell a number of Good Jacks and Mules on Afternoon of March23rd Earl Consignments Solicited For Information and Entry Blanks address N I BUSTER JR Secretary Harrodsburg Ky Entries cloo March 11105 Cols G A llain and Sinn W Kidd AticrH The EmporiumHUSTONVILLE KY Will continuo through February its Cut Prizes in BcryJ Department selling Bleached and Brown Cottons I lam r goodsfClarks Spiiol Thread 0 Per 2fic The Cc and lOc Counters astonish the natives Try it Come in youll bo conn inc ed MR EMPORIUM IpgpNo goods charged at these prices ofl TRADE WITH McCORMACK PEACOCK HUSTONVILLE KENTUCKY